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EXCLUSIVE: Kaia Gerber Stars in Alexander McQueen’s New Campaign for the Slash Bag

EXCLUSIVE: Kaia Gerber Stars in Alexander McQueen’s New Campaign for the Slash Bag

LONDON — Kaia Gerber is the face of Alexander McQueen’s new campaign for the Slash bag.
It is Gerber’s debut campaign with the luxury British brand, and also the first time that Alexander McQueen has tapped a celebrity for an accessories campaign.

Gerber wore McQueen to her first Met Gala in May with her actor boyfriend Austin Butler.

The body of the bag is divided into vertical, padded leather sections, inspired by the slices and slashes in McQueen’s silhouettes.

The handle is a series of rings with the McQueen signature knuckle and skull motif, encrusted with Swarovski crystals. The bag, which also has a silver chain strap, retails for 2,250 pounds.

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The campaign was shot in two mediums by the British fashion photographer and film director Glen Luchford, who regularly shoots for The Face, Self Service Magazine, Arena and many others.

The still-life image shows Gerber staring inquisitively at a prosthetic lookalike. The campaign also features a short film set in a dystopian future.

Gerber is dressed in McQueen, and wearing the Slash bag on her shoulder as she makes her way through a lonely, white, futuristic space. She encounters her mannequin double, strokes the face and starts to cry.

Luchford is a cinephile. His film takes elements from Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049,” with the orange hued lighting and sci-fi mood of Pedro Almodóvar’s “The Skin I Live In,” with clinical prosthetics.

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In 2001, Luchford directed “Here to Where,” a film about a man stranded at an airport, which has been cited as inspiration for Steven Speilberg’s “The Terminal.”

In 2023, Gerber will star in “Mrs. American Pie,” a period comedy miniseries on Apple TV+ that will also feature Kristen Wiig, Laura Dern and Allison Janney. She will also appear in “Bottoms,” a teen sex comedy produced by husband and wife duo Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman.

McQueen has put the focus on film in its latest campaigns. Earlier this year, McQueen collaborated with the award-winning visual artist Sophie Muller on a short film that brought pieces from the brand’s spring 2022 collection to life.

Mirroring the concept of the fashion show, which was shot on the rooftop of a car park in East London in October 2021, the film features models standing and moving at the top of a building in central London with the city’s skyline and various cloud formations as the background.

“I love the idea of embracing the mystery and unpredictability of the sky, the fact it is always moving, always changing,” said Sarah Burton, creative director of Alexander McQueen, when the campaign was released.

“I look out over London from our studio where the views are incredible and represent our home throughout history from St. Paul’s Cathedral to the London Eye. The sky against which those familiar monuments appear may be calm and restorative at times, and menacing at others. For me, the tension between the two is extremely inspiring,” she added.

Muller has produced hundreds of music and fashion videos in her four-decade-long career. Her work has won numerous awards, including a Grammy, a Brit Award and several MTV Awards. Her most notable collaborators include Maroon 5, Kylie Minogue, Gwen Stefani and Rihanna.

How Kaia Gerber Takes Effortless Supermodel Style From Day to Night

How Kaia Gerber Takes Effortless Supermodel Style From Day to Night

Kaia looking spectacular in a black sequin gown at the DKMS 30th Anniversary Gala. Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for DKMS
Autumn is in full swing and it’s time to whip out weather-appropriate outerwear from the back of our wardrobes. As someone who’s perfected the model off-duty look, Kaia Gerber is the style star to look to for inspiration when it comes to bundling up in the chicest way possible.
Spotted on the streets of New York City, the 20-year-old model wore an oversized beige trench coat with a cream tracksuit underneath for optimum comfort, a ribbed beanie and Celine Margaret boots. The cosy look was topped off with the brand’s Triomphe acetate sunglasses and a Tabou bag.
Photo: Getty Images
Later that day, Gerber doubled down on glamour at the DKMS 30th Anniversary Gala in a figure-hugging, full-length slip dress, adorned with black sequins, and matching black sandals. It’s clear that whatever she chooses to wear, Kaia seamlessly delivers supermodel confidence all day long.

Originally published on Vogue.com

5 Things to Know About Marc Jacobs’s Exuberant FW21 Show

5 Things to Know About Marc Jacobs’s Exuberant FW21 Show

Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs last presented a collection in February 2020 – his fall/winter 2020 runway spectacular memorably featured Bella Hadid and Kaia Gerber in Jackie O mode, as well as a cameo from Miley Cyrus. On Monday he came back with a bang, staging a physical show at the New York Public Library that was a colorful ode to the designer’s enduring passion for fashion and creativity. Below, five things to know about the show.
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
It was about happiness
The press notes opened with a single word: happiness. “On the journey back to doing what we love most, in the wake of immeasurable loss, loneliness, fear, anxiety and uncertainty, I am reminded of why creativity is so vital to our existence,” Jacobs said. “To life.” Having swerved the digital presentations adopted by many of his peers over the past 18 months, the designer staged his first Covid-era showcase on a real runway, with a real – albeit small – audience (all guests had presented proof of vaccination). The show was also beamed onto the facade of Bergdorf Goodman for all of Manhattan to see, part of Jacobs’s efforts to create a “shared experience”, and offer a much-needed “moment of inspiration, curiosity, wonder and possibility”. Mission accomplished.
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
It featured a clutch of supers
Beneath the snug beanies, inflated hoods and voluminous snoods, onlookers could discern the unmistakable features of the new-gen supers. Imaan Hammam’s camel skirt and chunky red roll neck with gently elongated sleeves was styled with prim ankle socks and platform Mary-Janes, while Gigi Hadid sported the shimmering paillettes that were a recurring theme of the collection.
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
The silhouettes were dramatic 
Jacobs’s celebration of joy and creativity manifested in graphic logos, geometric prints and a rainbow of colour. The collection nodded to the functional with giant puffer collars and quilted snoods, but added a playful formalwear spin courtesy of trailing faux fur stoles and opera gloves. The platform Mary-Janes that accompanied each look were exactly what you’d expect from a man who wore disco boots to get his Covid jabs.
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
There were party-ready paillettes…
What will life look like by fall? God and Professor Chris Whitty willing, our social lives might actually be back in full swing, in which case, what better way to rise to the occasion than in Jacobs’s jumbo paillettes, which decorated dresses worn over snug knits and flared trousers?
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
… But also extreme puffers
The injection of shimmer, and a selection of flesh-baring cut-out bodysuits, nodded to our re-emergence wardrobes, but the collection also reflected fashion’s recent obsession with all things functional. Duvet coats were amped up with bold prints and ample hoods perfect for anyone harbouring a secret desire to keep social distancing forever.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

Assouline, Zara Team Up for Travel-Inspired Apparel

Assouline, Zara Team Up for Travel-Inspired Apparel

READ ALL ABOUT IT: Summer can’t come soon enough for millions of people, who have been or remain cooped up for the better part of the past year.
To help anticipate the signal of Memorial Day, the cultural-leaning book publisher Assouline and Zara have united for a travel-inspired summer men’s wear capsule collection. Zara Man shoppers will find casual pieces inspired by such titles as “Capri Dolce Vita,” “St. Tropez Soleil” and “Provence Glory.”
Launching today, the assortment features a shirt, sweatshirt, T-shirts, a pair of swim trunks and accessories. Shoppers will also find a beach towel, tote bag and a cap that are offered in embroidered or collage prints. Retailing from about $30 to $50, the apparel is available in sizes from small to extra large.

Zara connected with executives at Assouline a few months ago about the prospect of a collaboration, thinking that the travel series would be a good fit for the brand, according to an Assouline spokesman. Giving new meaning to a quick summer read, the ultra lightweight assortment is inspired by books that play up laid back locales.
Alex Assouline said in a statement, “At the center of our affinity for culture, is our love of sharing its beauty worldwide.”
Reading has been a major pandemic pastime for many. Kaia Gerber started an Instagram Live book club a while back, and other models like Bella Hadid and her sister Gigi and their friend Kendall Jenner have been photographed recently carrying books. Kim Jones, who doubles as artistic director for Dior Men’s and Fendi women’s wear and couture, has long been on board with books. The OBE designer is known to have an enviable well-stocked library. And Draper James’ founder Reese Witherspoon has been talking about favorite books titles for a while. A former member of the fashion crowd. Douglas Stuart found his way to literature another way. The former designer won the 2020 Booker Prize for his debut novel “Shuggie  Bain.”

How Nour Hammour Thrived Off of Creating the Perfect Leather Jacket

How Nour Hammour Thrived Off of Creating the Perfect Leather Jacket

PARIS — Can you create a business out of a single — and very familiar — clothing item?
Parisian label Nour Hammour, known for its customizable leather jackets, has been doing just that ever since its launch in 2013.
What started as a small project, with cofounders Erin Conry Webb and Nour Hammour customizing leather pieces for friends, has evolved into a thriving business with an impressive fan base — Kaia Gerber, the Hadid sisters and Hailey Bieber included.
Their focused approach was also one of the reasons the label could keep evolving and growing, despite the multitude of hurdles imposed by the pandemic and prolonged lockdowns.
“During COVID-19, we saw our sales literally take off. We watched in amazement, as we were [selling] 10 times as much as our pre-COVID-19 sales goal. I think women wanted to invest in their wardrobe with a beautiful heirloom piece — customized to their perfect fit — and leather is one of the only materials that actually gets better with time,” said Conry Webb, adding that the label was able to keep production going throughout 2020 by overnighting all its patterns to its workshop in Turkey just as rumors about the first lockdown hit France.

A look from Nour Hammour’s fall collection. 
Walter Pierre/Courtesy of Nour Hammour

“We managed to shift our distribution ratio from 80 percent wholesale and 20 percent direct-to-consumer to 80 percent direct-to-consumer and 20 percent wholesale,” Conry Webb noted.

Post-pandemic, the idea is to shift their focus entirely to the label’s burgeoning d-to-c business, with a new website in the works and a return to trunk shows and pop-up shops that allow for more intimacy between designers and customers.
The duo is already back on the event trail, with a pop-up hosted in L.A. — where retail is open and life has resumed — at the end of March.
That city’s “It” girls have always had a soft spot for the label, even if Hammour and Conry Webb always made a point not to invest in paid celebrity or influencer marketing.
“I think what is important is when a celebrity wears a brand because they love it and want to wear it. We launched at a time when this new generation of models took over the runways. The leather jacket has always been considered a ‘model off-duty’ uniform and that’s why we became popular during Paris Fashion Week. Now, a few years later, any time Kaia, Kendall or Gigi wear a piece — we see women wanting to wear the same jacket and stores wanting to stock it,” said Conry Webb.

“But we’ve also been working a lot with CEOs and female doctors. We really have loved seeing the increase in demand from these women, over the last year.”
The fact that everyone is always searching for the perfect leather jacket is one part of the label’s success formula.
“Leather jackets have long been a staple, but up until a certain point you’d only see either these stiff, rigid, hard motorcycle jackets that were really hard to wear and make it impossible to move comfortably, or the super short, super stretched little jacket — we saw a niche for us, in creating these statement-looking pieces that were also really wearable, and soft and that you’d want to keep on the whole day,” said the duo, who make a point to offer expert fit and the softest leather in the market in order to stand out.

A look from Nour Hammour’s fall collection. 
Walter Pierre/Courtesy of Nour Hammour

At a time when fashion’s environmental impact is under more and more scrutiny, labels like Nour Hammour are also gaining relevance because of their no-waste, sustainable approaches.
The label only uses leather that is a byproduct of the meat industry and spearheads a zero-waste initiative dubbed Recut that involves the repurposing of discarded leather from production into new collections or smaller leather goods.
“This means we are creating the smallest environmental impact and the best working conditions for our artisans,” said the designers, who took a step back from big department store partnerships long before the pandemic hit and the wholesale model became an industry-wide issue. “We felt ourselves swept up in the demand of the large orders, designing more collections. And we also started to feel farther away from our clients.”

A look from Nour Hammour’s fall collection. 
Walter Pierre/Courtesy of Nour Hammour

They also make a point to work with leather masters in small workshops in Paris and Turkey, who can create pieces on a made-to-measure basis, instead of demanding large orders. This means the brand holds no inventory of leather jackets or accessories: An item only goes into production once an order arrives via the site and workshops can generally produce within three to five days.
With sales increasing and a strong production system in place, the designers are gaining confidence, experimenting more with their image, and broadening their range to include more shearling outerwear as well as knitwear.
Speaking from the brand’s atelier-cum-showroom in Paris, the designers said that after endless work amid lockdown, they are now ready to present a fall 2021 they are proud of: “This time we are going to present a new image, more feminine and sexy,” said Conry Webb.
“Sexy” is something the duo has usually been shying away from, fearing the association sexiness with leather was overused. But now that they’ve established their image with a mostly genderless, androgynous look, they are confident enough to try new things.

A look from Nour Hammour’s fall collection. 
Walter Pierre/Courtesy of Nour Hammour

The new collection, which has been picked up by retailers Luisa Via Roma and Forward.com, also features cocoon jackets and cozy silhouettes in an array of earth tones, neutrals and the occasional pop of color: “Right now people want to feel hugged, comforted, as if they’re wearing a safety blanket — but still with an edgy touch. Just like this leather trench coat embellished with Swarovski crystals,” said Hammour. Another standout was an olive shearling coat that felt light as a feather.
While the brand remains mainly focused on the women’s outerwear category, the duo doesn’t rule out expanding further. They successfully launched knitwear last year and have seen increased demand for custom bridal pieces, as well as men’s wear. “We don’t have a rule book — outerwear is what we love to design, but sometimes we want to have some fun with super embellished party dresses.  When we started in 2013, there were two to three leather jackets that were worn by all the “It”girls in Paris — so we were really driven by finding a uniqueness. We wanted to create a niche brand of leather jackets for women that makes them stand out from the crowd.”
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How to Wear Jeans Like Bella Hadid, Zoë Kravitz, Kaia Gerber, and Kendall Jenner

How to Wear Jeans Like Bella Hadid, Zoë Kravitz, Kaia Gerber, and Kendall Jenner

The greatest wardrobe leveller? The item that unites the girl-next-door with the It-girl? Blue jeans, of course. The likes of Bella Hadid, Kaia Gerber and Zoë Kravitz swear by them – even for the front row, as the latter proved when she wore hers with a glittering chainmail top and strappy sandals to attend the Saint Laurent fall/winter 2020 spectacle last year.As even the most dedicated denim obsessive will know, finding the perfect fit isn’t easy. For starters, the denim lexicon is an expansive one – bootcut, wide-leg, tapered, Boyfriend, Mom, skinny and straight are just a handful of the terms you will encounter on the shop floor.
Baggy jeans were a major trend at the spring/summer 2021 shows; louche trousers were seen at Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Fendi and Balenciaga. Then the autumn/winter 2021 season quashed all claims that skinnies were dead: Molly Goddard introduced the ultimate dress-over-jeans styling hack at her show.
When shopping for a new pair of jeans, take your cues from the cool girls. See below for our handy how-to guide to wearing denim, inspired by the stars who do it best.
Don’t shy away from pattern. Styling trick: Pair your patterned denim with a simple cami to avoid overkill. Pep up with a standout accessory. Styling trick: When she’s not modelling lacy lingerie from her Savage X Fenty line or showing her love of statement vintage goods, Rihanna keeps things pretty low-key. But she always includes a look-at-me accessory, like a fluffy hat from Emma Brewin. Take them two sizes up. Styling trick: A fine-gauge knit tucked into a boyfriend shape semaphores cosy-chic. Reboot the jeans-and-a-going-out-top formula. Styling trick: Zoë Kravitz proved that jeans don’t have to be reserved for casual affairs – just add skyscraper sandals and a barely-there mesh top. If in doubt, pair with tailoring. Styling trick: Jeans and a blazer are a foolproof off-duty dress code for models zipping between shows, shoots and castings. Why pick one colour when you can have two? Styling trick: The world is a catwalk for 18-year-old Mona Tougaard. At London Fashion Week last February, she was spied wearing a spliced T-shirt and contrast two-tone jeans outside the shows. Try them tucked. Styling trick: Heavyweight stomper boots have been a key shoe shape for some time, and they’re the perfect companion to jeans. Kendall’s Prada lug-soled pair are popular with the street-style set and stars alike. Distressed denim can still look dressed-up. Styling trick: Ripped jeans are surprisingly versatile – add some edge to a smarter outfit with a pair of distressed skinnies à la Gigi Hadid, or keep it casual with a white T-shirt and trainers. Take über wide-legs for a whirl. Styling trick: Katie Holmes swears by a failsafe jeans-and-tee combo. Her favorite pairs are from Reformation, Rag & Bone and Ulla Johnson. Channel the summer of love with tie-dye. Styling trick: Several stars including Bella Hadid and Victoria Beckham tried their hand at tie-dying as a quarantine distraction. Why not release your own inner creative, and give your old jeans a lease of new life at the same time? Try a 2-in-1 look. Styling trick: Bella Hadid is no stranger to an avant-garde pair of jeans. This Vivienne Westwood pair combines classic blue and acid wash denim. Take a leaf out your dad’s book. Styling trick: Kaia Gerber prefers to keep it simple and often opts for a straight-leg, indigo blue pair of jeans that are the perfect foil for her dad trainers. When she’s not wearing Converse, New Balance 990s are her go-to. Push the grunge envelope. Styling trick: It’s no secret that Bella Hadid is obsessed with ’90s style. She’s added grungy, oversized denim to her wardrobe of cropped camis tube tops and micro sunnies.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

Here are the Best Celebrity Looks of 2020

Here are the Best Celebrity Looks of 2020

From Lady Gaga’s silk-taffeta dress designed by Christopher John Rogers for the MTV VMAs to Gigi Hadid’s street style at Paris Fashion Week — Vogue lists the best celebrity style moments of 2020
Lady Gaga’s silk-taffeta dress designed by Christopher John Rogers for the MTV VMAs. Photo: Instagram/ @ladygaga

In this strangest and most challenging of years, at least we could turn to celebrities for some major red-carpet moments and fashion escapism while we binge-watched The Crown and baked banana bread. From Zendaya in custom Armani Privé as she won an Emmy for HBO’s hit show Euphoria to the nine looks Lady Gaga wore at the MTV VMAs where she received the first Tricon award, celebrity style was bigger and bolder than ever in 2020.
Meanwhile, up-and-coming designers provided plenty of show-stopping moments: Christopher John Rogers designed the simmering green, silk-taffeta ball gown for Gaga’s VMAs roster, while Nensi Dojaka beautifully crafted the sheer, mesh bodysuit spotted on Bella Hadid, which later went viral on Instagram. It was also the year that sustainability was well and truly at the forefront of fashion — see Cate Blanchett at the Venice Film Festival, who proudly wore recycled outfits.
Here, Vogue compiles the best celebrity looks that ruled the style game in 2020 (and made us excited about dressing up again).
1. Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga accepts the Best Collaboration award for “Rain on Me” with Ariana Grande onstage during the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Lady Gaga’s style was nothing short of pure artistry at the 2020 MTV VMAs. The superstar wore a multicolored ensemble by Iris van Herpen with sky-high boots by Pleasers, and a futuristic face mask as she accepted her Best Collaboration award for Rain on Me with Ariana Grande.
2. Storm Reid
Storm Reid attends the Monot show as part of Paris Fashion Week 2020. Photo: Getty Images

As we wait to see her performance in 2021’s The Suicide Squad reboot, actor Storm Reid is making waves on the fashion circuit. For Paris Fashion Week FW20 in February, she wore a moto-inspired leather look for the Monot show.
3. Zoë Kravitz
Zoe Kravitz and John Turturro film the new Batman movie in Liverpool, England on October 12, 2020. Photo: GC Images

Leather and vinyl were two huge trends in 2020. Actor Zoë Kravitz’s dark and sultry take, as seen on the set of the latest Batman movie, is equal parts sophisticated and rebellious.
4. Rihanna
Rihanna poses with the President’s Award at the 51st NAACP Image Awards, in February 2020. Photo: Getty Images

A true style icon, Rihanna brings it in this purple Givenchy pleated dress at the 51st NAACP Image Awards.
5. Anya Taylor-Joy
Anya Taylor-Joy. Photo: WireImage

The breakout star of Netflix’s hit The Queen’s Gambit, Anya Taylor-Joy exudes glamour during Paris Fashion Week AW20, wearing Miu Miu.
6. Cate Blanchett
Cate Blanchett attends the closing ceremony at the 77th Venice Film Festival. Photo: WireImage

Cate Blanchett looked spectacular at the 77th Venice Film Festival closing ceremony in September, wearing an Armani Privé peacock dress. Blanchett put forward a message of sustainability by shopping out of her own closet and recycling looks she’d previously worn on the red carpet.
7. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Photo: Getty Images

New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s style matches the strength of her message. Her multifaceted approach to fashion and politics (as seen on the cover of Vanity Fair’s December issue) has inspired many young people to fight for what they believe in.
8. Nicola Peltz
Nicola Peltz. Photo: GC Images

Actor Nicola Peltz’s off-duty style consists of some of our favorite 2020 trends: chunky heeled boots, leather coats, and tiny sunglasses.
9. Lila Grace Moss
Kate Moss and Lila Moss. Photo: GC Images

Daughter of supermodel Kate, Lila Grace Moss made her runway debut at Miu Miu SS21 on the last day of Paris Fashion Week in October. The rising star has since provided us with plenty of 1990s style inspiration: Dr. Martens, leather jackets and slinky slip dresses.
10. Tracee Ellis Ross
Tracee Ellis Ross. Photo: Getty Images

Winner of the Fashion Icon Award at the 2020 People’s Choice Awards, actor Tracee Ellis Ross highlighted the importance of the expression of fashion.
11. Naomi Campbell
Naomi Campbell attends the Marc Jacobs Fall 2020 runway show during New York Fashion Week on February 12, 2020. Photo: Getty Images

Fashion icon and powerhouse, Naomi Campbell’s confidence and artistry continues to inspire. Here, she attends Marc Jacobs FW20 runway show, in an ode to strong tailoring.
12. Gigi Hadid
Gigi Hadid. Photo: Getty Images

Everyone loves Gigi! The model proves her style credentials as she leaves Miu Miu FW20 during Paris Fashion Week wearing head-to-toe check.
13. Meghan Markle 
Photo: Getty Images

The Duchess of Sussex’s stunning green Emilia Wickstead dress, paired with a Gabriela Hearst mini bag, had us in awe back in March.
14. Kate Middleton 
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits Cardiff Castle on December 8, 2020 in Cardiff, Wales. Photo: Getty Images

The Duchess of Cambridge’s class and poise was on display again in this red Alexander McQueen coat and tartan scarf for a visit to Cardiff Castle, Wales.
15. Hailey Bieber
Hailey Bieber is seen going out for coffee on October 17, 2020 in New York City. Photo: GC Images

Ultimate cool-girl Hailey Bieber brought her own personality to her style game this year with fun and fresh pieces, such as this yellow Bottega Veneta coat, matched with jeans and a crop top.
16. Chloë Sevigny
Chloe Sevigny is seen out for a walk on September 27, 2020 in New York City, New York. Photo: GC Images

2020 saw the exciting return of the cowboy boot. Actor and model Chloë Sevigny styled it just right for the city, alongside a Miu Miu bag and a pretty striped dress.
17. Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa is seen in SoHo on July 17, 2020, in New York City. Photo: GC Images

Dua Lipa’s music career reached stratospheric heights in 2020 and her style game was up to par, too. Here, she takes us back to the 1990s with baggy trousers, a cutout crop top, and chunky Prada trainers.
18. Zendaya 
Zendaya. Photo: Getty Images

For her history-making Emmy win — Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for HBO’s Euphoria — the actor wore a custom Giorgio Armani Privé black skirt with pink polka dots, and a black bandeau top embroidered with crystals.
19. Kamala Harris 
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris arrives to deliver remarks in Wilmington, Delaware, on November 7, 2020, after she and Joe Biden were declared the winners of the presidential election. Photo: Getty Images

Kamala Harris made history as the first female Black and South-Asian US vice president-elect. Her choice of powerful suits with bold colours solidifies her message.
20. Kaia Gerber
Kaia Gerber is seen wearing a navy blazer, denim jeans outside Miu Miu during Paris Fashion Week 2020. Photo: GC Images

Fashion favorite Kaia Gerber transported us back to old-school glamour in this blue blazer at the Miu Miu show during Paris Fashion Week.
21. Lizzo
Storm Reid, Rihanna, Janelle Monae, and Lizzo at the 51st NAACP Image Awards on February 22, 2020. Photo: Getty Images

Lizzo looked simply gorgeous on the red carpet at the 51st NAACP Image Awards in California, wearing a multicolored Mary Katrantzou dress, accessorized with a gold clutch and jewelry.
22. Céline Dion 
Celine Dion seen on the streets of Lower Manhattan on March 7, 2020 in New York City. Photo: GC Images

Pretty in pink, anyone? Talk about bold. Céline Dion brightened up an overcast day in this full Peter Do FW20 outfit. The 52-year-old singer added shades and a thin silver belt to complete the look.
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